Audio: Clean Heart, Dirty Hands

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“Clean Heart, Dirty Hands” was the name of one of the presentations shared by Heather Nicola Staff at the 2017 ROM – Renewing Our Minds Leadership Gathering in Fuzine, Croatia this August.

She spoke about the need for the followers of Jesus to get involved in making a positive difference in their communities, society, and politics. “if your bathroom is dirty you do not go out of your house to pray that somehow your bathroom will get cleaned. You do not pray: ‘Jesus, I need you to clean my bathroom!’ You will have to get your hands dirty making sure that the bathroom gets clean”, said Heather Staff in her presentation.

Heather Nicola Staff is a director for the youth leadership board of Christians in Politics UK. She is also an Executive member and Assistant Director of Christians on the Left, and is standing as a perspective parliamentary candidate. She is a legal associate with a conflict resolution think tank and a consultant with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy. She works on Conflict resolution, human rights, political engagement and rule of law programs. Her training from The University of Warwick is in the social sciences looking at the political sociology of genocide/totalitarian states and her postgraduate studies are in international and constitutional law with a focus on tackling corruption.

Heather is a regular speaker at events around the UK and Europe and a panelist for national and international media. She is often on Christian media radio and TV channels, and can often be found playing bass guitar at worship events or playing squash and tennis as much as she can. Since 2015 Heather Staff has been serving as a speaker at the ROM events, as well as its Core Team Member. Time: 29:20.

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